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clinton, and former senator bill bradley. >>> members of an oakland youth program will be at the white house to receive award from the first lady youth radio teaches young adults about media skills how to make a video music production and broadcast journalism. >> >> radio is a way, positive way for young people to number one, take that time away from those areas and learn a skill and find their creative niche, their artistic niche. >> the ceremony takes place 11:00 our time. >>> next, the powerful group adding its muscle to the efforts to get the warriors to move across the bay. >>> she is unstoppable on the football field. how that national, 9-year-old running sensation has conquered the hearts of the 49ers.
the republicans who oppose us like bill bradley and patrick moynihan. how can you talk this way? we have to work with these people but she insists we will have 100%, not 95%. people like john chaffee, senator, republican from rhode island and other people who were willing to go, no. we are going to go all the way. she says we're going to bar the press corps from entering the white house. where the press secretary is. via travelgate staff, the white house travel staff. these are people taking care of reporters. you don't want to alienate those reporters. when it becomes a huge scandal she instructs them to hide any indication she is going to be involved in all of this. for the most important thing she does, when clinton who knows he is in trouble brings on david gergen who served three presidents all republicans, major figure of u.s. news and world report or pivotal figure in washington politics. clinton brings him on to build a bridges in the washington community establishment. and he negotiate a deal with the washington post. the deal is the clintons will make available to the post all of the p
's saturday, though, so i guess the bank is open. bradley bill, he even has a laugh himself. young buck had a pretty good game, 17 points. turnovers killing the wiz. gerald green grants that orange in a flush, wizards drop to 0 and 5. 89-85, the final tonight. well, count alex ovechkin as one who's -- nhl player rep is holding up the process so he shot back today tweeting clown. tell it all, man. then he continued how about we get a deal done instead of making fun of donald fair. wow, to be continued, i guess. college football, poor maryland. no quarterbacks, no diggs today. now they begin a brutal stretch run to end the season. florida state, north carolina. today a trip to death valley to face clemson, one of the toughest places to play. shawn petty, talk about a guy being thrown into the fire, former linebacker. looks like a linebacker trying to throw there. he gives it up. crawford scoops and scores. maryland had 41 yards passing and three turnovers. clemson quarterback boyd only had 8 completions. tigers went 35-7 at recess, maryland did get on the board. petty to campbell, but it was
that have gotten something in the code that helps them. you know, bill bradley and i started with the first bill on this, and then ronald reagan, you know, picked it up and really carried it. and we got it done in a bipartisan way. when we did our original bill, we took out the mortgage deduction, we took out the charitable deduction, we took out everything. and we got the rates down to, you know, pristine. it was 10, 15, 25 was the top rate. and we thought it was an elegant bill, and it was. it just couldn't pass muster politically. [laughter] so we had all the real estate people and all the mortgage bankers and everybody came to town and said you get rid of the mortgage interest deduction, and it's the end of the world. so that, we lost that. and all the university presidents and all the priests and all the other charities came and said you can't get rid of that, we lost that. the only thing we hung on to was state and local income tax, and how we hung on to that i'll never know. and in the end we were able to lower individual rates by taking more money from the corporate side which i don
this tax code, as ronald reagan did, with democrat help, including democrat senators like bill bradley here in the united states senate to encourage growth and to encourage the kind of economic growth that's going to result in more revenue coming in. we shouldn't miss this opportunity to do that. as i said earlier, i believe there is a building of consensus around that. you saw it in the simpson-bowles commission. you saw it in the rivlin-domenici work. you saw that in other groups that by broadening the tax code base we can be more competitive and through growth have additional revenues coming in. mr. inhofe: mr. president, i appreciate the comments of the senator from ohio. i also yield a little further and say that this obsession, that the only way to do these things is to raise taxes, i think that flies in the face of history. mr. president, i ask unanimous consent that captain chris balla, an army fellow in senator murkowski's office be allowed floor privileges for the duration of the senate's debate on s. 3253, the defense authorization bill. the presiding officer: without objection.
. he was also policy director to senator bill bradley and advisor to the senator's presidential campaign. michael lind, writer, is a whitehead senior fellow of the new america foundation. is a best selling author and my copy is almost at the top of my puppet i'm looking very much for too. he's an excellent writer. michael has been an editor or staff writer for "the new yorker," harper's magazine and "the new republic." he's published and appeared and spoke in pretty much everywhere and written everything. he's, you know, in terms of writing, everything from much acclaimed serious and important works of history to a prize winning children's book. monique morrissey, you can probably figure out which person that is, has been with the economic policy institute since 2006 what we were colleagues for a i don't know, a euro something. she previously worked at the afl-cio's office of investment and financial markets center, holds a ph.d in economics from american university, and her areas of concentration in her ample research and writing include retirement security, executive compensat
. bill bradley and i started with the first bill on this, and then ronald reagan picked it up and really carried at, and we got it done in a bipartisan way. when we did our original bill, we took out a mortgage deduction, we took out the charitable deduction, we took out everything, and we got right down to christie, it was 10%, 50%, 25% was the top rate, and we thought it was an elegant bill, but it could not pass muster political. we had all the real estate people and all the mortgage bankers and everybody came to town and said you get rid of the mortgage interest deduction is the end of the world, so we lost that. and all the university presidents and all the priests and all the other charities came and said you cannot get rid of that. the only thing we call on to was state and local income tax, and how we hang -- hung on to that i would never know. in the end, we were able to lower individual rates by taking more money from the corporate side, which i do not think you can do now. everybody is saying that corporate rate is too high in america, said to be competitive we have to get at
, serving as senior fund-raiser for bill bradley's 2,000 presidential campaign. michael horn, cofounder and executive director of education at n site institute. coauthor of disrupting class with clay christian son and jim johnson. we have jim shelton, at the u.s. department of the education. the department, jim manages most of the competitive programs including i-3 and promise neighborhoods. previously he served as program direct or for education at the bill and melinda gates foundation and was the east coast lead for new schools venture fund and co-founder of learn now. finally with have with us eric westendorf, cofound other and ceo of learnzillion. eric incubated the learnzillion at haines public charter school in washington, d.c., one of of the highest performing charter schools where wes was chief academic officer and principal. let's get started. eric, and raquel i will ask you guys to go ahead and kick this off. real simple question. both of you are executives at for-profit education companies. we just heard parent revolution point out that the challenge with for-profits perhaps
of lark spir and majors in ethics, politics and economics. prominent road scholars are bill cline n to, kris stove fer son and bradley. >>> st. anthonys in san francisco needs your help with just a few days to go, the charity needs 850 turkeys to meet the thanksgiving day goal of 1,000 turkeys. also the charity is squeezing more into less this year. it is located for the time being in a dining room with little extra space. local hotels have offered free storage to take the shoes, sock and things people dropping off. we invite you to be a part of the share your holiday food drive on december 12th. meet the abc7 news team as we broadcast from around the bay area taking your donations for local food banks. for more information go to abc7news.com/community. >>> twinkie fans, there is no need to despair. they will likely survive. we will know more as hoss tess starts the process of selling itself in bankruptcy court. the company decided to liquidate rather than restructure. hostess brings in $3 billion in annual revenue. they believe another company will most likely buy the ding-dong and ho
dermatologist about enbrel. >> announcer: "nightline" continues from new york city with bill weir. >> seems poetic, i suppose, that a guy who started acting with a tiny bit sport on "sex and the city" should be sexiest man alive. it took an epic hangover in between to push bradley cooper into the a-list. and now that he's there, he's anxious to bust the typecasting mold, prove his chops. here's abc's chris connelly with the "nightline" interview. >> hut, hut! hike! >> reporter: odds are you know bradley cooper from his work in such r-rated come dims at request "wedding crashers" and "the hangover 1 and 2." the bachelor party, the whole night, things got out of control. >> for me, "hangover" was a huge shift in terms of being recognized more and having more opportunity. but the truth is, it's been such a sort of slow incredit am growth for me. in this business. >> reporter: because while you can see cooper now on magazine covers, or squiring stunning actresses in the tabloids or promoting his movies in french, this son of a stockbroker, raised with his sister outside philadelphia, didn't act
's the way our system is set up. >> shannon bradley laughed about the money thing. $1.1 billion. what did the health industry get for that $1.1 billion? >> the insurance industry got a bill that did not have a mub option and got a bill that was essentially giving them 30 million more customers. the real winners of the health care bill were the insurance industry that got many, many more customers. people don't really think about it that way, but that's sort of what happened. >> how many money do we spend a year on pharmaceutical? >> $3.1 billion. >> what did the hospitals get out of it though? >> it is unclear what exactly the hospitals won from the bill. i think it was one of the things -- it was one of the thing in which they were trying to examinetive forms of payment. where hospitals, instead of getting paid for this fee for service, instead of getting paid for doing more, they were given a lump sum of money, and they said you have to be more judicious in how you are paying them. it is much more of an emphasis on qual quality versus quantity. it remains to be seen if that will work. >
management. they got 300 million in order to pay their bills. it will go to teacher's sal aris buying books and classrooms. it is not enough to keep all the schools open. 40 of them will be shutting down. bradley manning trying to get a plea deal. manning told the judge he would plead guilty to to leaking documents but he is not ready to plea glelty to more serious espionage charges. >>> we have a roundup of the top medical stories. >> trauma experts look at the emotional impact of tropical storm sandy. it causes flash backs ang gliet and can weaken the immune system. regaining a sense of control is key to overcoming the condition. when it comes to watching your cholesterol doctors say don't put it off. research says teens and young adults need to monitor their levels stind of waiting until it can be more difficult to control. screening for high cholesterol under 35 is controversial but it is essential. a new study out this week is the first of its kind to show a solid anti fat bias on the part of the medical community. it was accumulateed by university of virginia and washington. they have
are against obama, you are a racist. if you are against the testimony plus bill. >> and you think it has oppressed people in terms of telling people who they are really voting for? >> that's what the bradley effect is naming over. tom bradley in california, it happened to denkins and doug wilder himself. the polls overpredict a victory for a black candidate. we haven't seen it go the other way. we haven't seen an in couple pant helped by a tie. we haven't seen a republican helped by a tie. i was going through with you about four weeks ago, pollsters always have excuses aft fact. they have never made the mistake -- >> last question. we have to go. are you mad at your beloved chris christie. >> no. problem was right after he became governor, obama, and i'm -- obama denied new jersey because he was a republican, important new jersey important education funds. purely political. and fema shouldn't work that way. >> bloomberg didn't take him in -- >> they don't need to. they don't need to. they are already democrats. this president plays politics with fema money and christie is happy to do it.
winning. cam newton there's been talk about his body language and his sweaters. looks like he stole bill cos bee's wardrobe. >> my son says what is he wearing? >> hopefully people will be talking about bradley beal with the wizards. made his debut on tuesday night. he'll have home opener saturday here back at the verizon center. i thought he looked okay. knocked down first two, three pointers but missed his final 6 shots. picked and ripped for an easy dunked. and the wizards lost. what i liked about him is that as a 19-year-old, he took his first performance to heart. he said look, i wasn't there men alley or physically. it's unacceptable. this is not the bradley you are going to see. i'm just a rocky. he said no -- rookie. one of the leagues up and coming teams. we didn't think houston we'd keep an eye on. they have jeremy lin. we all talked about him last year. he left new york to go to h town. 12 points and 8 assists. they call him the beard . can you see the beard on james hardon. one of the best beards in the league. i think he has a twitter account that's just the beard. >> takes e
on in the middle east this week. and bradley is calling us from sacramento california. good morning bradley. are you with us? you're on the "bill press show." >> caller: yes, i'm here. >> john: welcome. thanks for holding. >> caller: that's okay. i would love to be talking about the economy, trickle down. >> john: it is your floor. >> caller: about israel, i think the problem is that israel feels so confident because america is always there to back them up with the full might and force of the american military. and i really think if we threatened or said we wouldn't be there for them if they keep on bullying and killing really palestinian people, that maybe they would back off a bit. at least stop the killing. i'm not sure that would stop everything. >> john: you're the second caller in a row to say the u.s. should cut israel loose economically. don't you think that might have dire economic and political consequences? >> i don't think we would actually have to go through with it. if we told them okay, we're seriously going to
. also, vice chair of the senate intelligence committee, senator saxby chambliss. actor bradley cooper will join us. and documentary filmmaker ken burns. >>> up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." but first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. bill. >> hey, mika, good friday morning. this weekend forecast shaping up to be a nice one. a little chillier than some of us would like, but it will be dry just about everywhere. as far as today goes, the areas still cleaning up from hurricane sandy, no storms in the cards this weekend or even next week. that's great. a cold morning just like yesterday. the afternoon will be okay. temperatures getting up into the 40s and 50s in almost all locations in the northeast. now, the troublesome weather over the next week is going to be all located on the west coast. just had some rain move through los angeles, which is always a big deal. that will continue through the ho morning. some of that rain in the bay throughout your morning rush ho hour. here's the l.a. forecast, one of the worst in the nation, a chance of rai
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